Save the dates for the 2017-2018 Professional Development Meetings. Mark your calendars now!

  • 2nd Thursday of the month.
  • 11/9, 1/11, 3/8, 4/12, 5/10 (no meetings in December or February).
  • Holiday Inn Dayton/Fairborn, 2800 Presidential Drive in Fairborn

Please join us for our next PDM session on Thursday, Nobember 9th.
PDM Topic: “Supply Chain Management from a Distributors Perspective”

An overview of what today’s distributor is doing to manage their resources while providing service and delivery: Ranking your Inventory, Distribution Center, Stocking Level, Obsolete Inventory, Replenishment, Transportation and Proximity to Customers. These are all key factors that Allied Supply has been using to improve the organization while enabling them to best serve and respond to their customers’ requirements.

Speaker: Tom Homan, President/CEO, Allied Supply, Dayton Ohio.

Tom Homan has over 48 years of experience with Allied Supply Company in Sales, Sales Management, Marketing, and Division Manager and presently as President/CEO. He received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree from the University of Cincinnati with a focus on Marketing and Finance.

Allied Supply Company is a full service wholesale distributor of heating, ventilating, air conditioning, refrigeration, air filtration and building management controls. With six stores located in Lima, Mansfield, Toledo, Cincinnati, Columbus and headquarters office/store in Dayton, Ohio. Allied Supply serves all of Ohio, Eastern Indiana, Southern Michigan and Northern Kentucky markets. They sell only to contractors and end-users that are in the business of repairing and maintaining HVACR and industrial equipment.

Hopefully Tom will be able to provide some bits of wisdom that they have gleaned, as they have gone through this process, or ideas that you can pass on to other distributors that you may also be working with to improve your Supply Chain.

Please register by noon Monday, September 11th via email to, or if necessary, call (937) 477-9832.

As always, participation in monthly professional development meetings counts toward your continuing education credits needed for certification maintenance!